Digital Programming to stay in touch.

We have been working to take our programming and services online. We will be utilizing the Zoom Meeting Service for classes and workshops, new social hours, and more opportunities to receive direct assistance – online!

We value accessibility, respect, and security. 

Group Agreements: By sharing in this space, we are all consenting to following these agreements:

  • Please mute your mic when you are not speaking to avoid additional background noise.  
  • Please use the non-verbal cues in the chatbox to “raise your hand” to get in the queue to share, lower your hand after you’ve shared. 
  • If you would rather not share verbally, you can type what you would like shared into the chat and a facilitator(s) will read it out according to the queue 
  • We understand many of you are calling from the comfort of your own home – please conduct yourself as you would if we were in a shared physical space together.
  • In order to minimize distractions, please turn off your video camera if you plan on moving around a lot, having extra guests over, participating in any illicit activities, or demonstrating any other behaviors or actions that could otherwise distract other attendees. 
  • If you are participating in any distracting behaviors or leave your audio on after sharing, your video and audio will be turned off. 

Wondering how to get going with zoom?

All GenPride Programming is free for community with support and funding from the City of Seattle

Re-Connecting Together: A Peer Support Group 

Get support. You are not alone. Develop engagement. Find community. 

Click here to learn more about this support group.

Alzheimer’s and Dementia LGBTQIA+ Support Group

Partnering with Alzheimer’s Association of Washington, Every third Tuesday of the month.

Click here to learn more about this support group.

GenPride Movie Club

Partnering with Scarecrow Video for monthly movies and discussions.

Click here to learn more about the movie club.

Tai Chi Chih

Thursdays, 10 – 11:15 am from April 7 to May 26

Click here to learn more about Tai Chi Chih.

Introduction to Qigong

Fridays, 10:30 – 11:30 am from April 14 to June 24 

Click here to learn more about Introduction to Qigong classes.

Yoga + Stretching

Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at various times.

Click here to learn more about our Yoga + Stretching classes.

Strength + Balance

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The Prom

On a Montana cattle ranch in the early 1900’s, a domineering but charismatic ranch owner (Benedict Cumberbatch) wages a war of intimidation on his brother’s new wife (Kirsten Dunst) and her fey & slender teen son (Kodi Smit-McPhee). Exquisitely filmed and touching on issues of manhood, cowboy culture vs. modernity, and the mythology of the American West, this epic by Jane Campion has been nominated for 12 Oscars, including Best Picture.

Join us at our new showtime: 6:30 pm.

Friday April 22, 6:30 pm

Register for the viewing party at

Register for the discussion at

This film does require a Netflix login to watch, so we’re offering three viewing options this month:

  • Watch the movie at your own convenience on your TV or laptop/tablet.
  • Join us for an evening watch party, Thu April 21 7:00 pm
  • Join us for a matinee watch party, Fri Apr 22 at 4:00 pm

Whichever way you watch the movie, join us for an optional & lively after-movie discussion Friday Apr 22 at 7:00 pm.

You’re free to register & attend just a watch party, just the discussion, or both!

If you don’t have access to Netflix, but still want to join one of the movie watch parties, contact for free, alternate arrangements.

LGBTQIA+ Support Group for Alzheimer’s & Dementia Caregivers

As we come out of isolation after the pandemic, loneliness and struggling are real issues, along with grief, lack of connection, lack of productivity, and lack of self-worth. In this group, we will dialogue about ways to support each other. You are not alone. This group will provide support as well as space to share. 

Get support. You’re not alone. Develop engagement. Find community.  

Proof of COVID vaccination is required at time of registration. 

This free online support group meets the 3rd Tuesday of each month from 6:30 – 8:00 pm.

To register or learn more, contact the facilitators:

Lionel Wang – 206.854.4700 |

Tiffany Suscheck – 614.719.9692 |

Alzheimer's Association

LGBTQIA+ Support Group for Alzheimer’s & Dementia Caregivers

In partnership with the Alzheimer’s Association – Washington State chapter, GenPride is offering a free LGBTQIA+ affirming monthly support group for caregivers and folks living with Alzheimer’s or dementia.

This free online support group meets the 3rd Tuesday of each month from 6:30 – 8:00 pm.

To register or learn more, contact the facilitators:

Lionel Wang – 206.854.4700 |

Tiffany Suscheck – 614.719.9692 |

T’ai Chi Chih

Joy through movement

Join our new Spring 2022 series of free, online T’ai Chi Chih® classes for the LGBTQAI+ and gender nonconforming community and their allies. 

T’ai Chi Chih is a slow-moving, meditative routine of 19 moves and one pose. Benefits include: reduced stress, increased energy and mental clarity, improved balance, flexibility, and overall well-being. Beginning and continuing students are welcome. The practice can also be done seated in a chair. 

Join instructor Linda Robinson Thursday mornings for this

7-week series.

Instructor Linda Robinson has taught T’ai Chi Chih® in Seattle for over 20 years and regularly attends the National T’ai Chi Chih Teachers’ Annual Conference. She has taught in wellness centers, senior centers, Parks and Recreation facilities, and the Lesbian Resource Center.

All GenPride Programming is free for community with support and funding from the City of Seattle

Thursdays, 10 – 11:15 am

April 7 – May 26

(No class May 12th)

Register today!

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Introduction to Qigong

Join Instructor Kimberly Ivy, founder of Seattle’s Embrace the Moon Tai Chi and Qigong for a free, 6-week Qigong course.

Qigong is a contemplative movement system that is one of the main branches of Chinese Medicine. (The others are Nutrition, Massage, Herbs, and Acupuncture.) There are many variations of Qigong and you’ve likely seen several of them being practiced in the parks or online. 

No matter the method variety, all Qigong is a health system that helps us to understand Yin/Yang philosophy, meditation, breath, and movement. All of these beautiful flows harmonize the body, mind, and spirit with nature and provide many health benefits. In just a short time of practice, you’ll find you feel better all-around! 

This course will cover fundamental methods of breathing, movement, and concentration. We will teach walking and breathing methods, meditation techniques, and the more active Ba Duan Jin, or “Eight Jewels,” a 2000-year-old Qigong form still popular and relevant today. Between classes, you can practice with recordings you will receive of each of the class sessions. People of all ages and fitness levels are welcome and will benefit from this free course!  

All GenPride Programming is free for community with support and funding from the City of Seattle

Fridays, 10:30 – 11:30 am

Sept 22 – August 26

Register today!

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Health and Wellness Programming

Classes are free and open to all senior and older adult LGBTQIA+, their Significant Others, Friends, Family, Allies, or Caregivers.


Join us for this 40-minute movement-based class that integrates full-body strength, balance, and core-strengthening exercises.

Exercises will focus on strengthening the major muscle groups of the body in vertical and horizontal positions for strength and challenging our static and dynamic balance.

In this virtually-taught class, we will use our own body weight using a chair for balance for support and a mat to aid various core strengthening exercises.


Experience with yoga or stretching is not required. This class is designed to be approachable by all populations, regardless of fitness level. Moves in class are broken down in a slow and manageable manner.

The intention of the class is to move a little and have a lot of fun – even if you don’t perform each move perfectly.

Mondays | 11 am – Noon

Wednesdays | 3:30 – 4:30 pm

Fridays | 3:30 – 4:30 pm

Stay Fit at on your own schedule with Yoga and Exercise Videos. These pre-recorded videos are free to watch any time!

Fitness Videos by Category




Healthy Cooking Class 

You can do it! You can cook delicious & nutritious meals for yourself and others by stocking your kitchen with a few key ingredients that stay fresh on-the-shelf or in your freezer and are ready when you are!

GenPride is offering a free, one-time class that will give you:

  • How-to tips for healthy cooking
  • A sample list of tasty and inexpensive shelf-stable ingredients you can easily mix-and-match
  • Tips on how to shop and how to stock your freezer
  • Plus a few simple recipes and meal plans to try

Come join us for this fun and informative class!

Wednesday March 9, 6:30 – 7:30 pm

Register at

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Moving with music

Discover your Inner Movement Artist!

Our new Moving with Music class will focus on proper alignment and breathwork to get you in touch with elongating your spine, breathing more deeply, and lengthening your musculature. In this chair-based class, you will be guided through a series of gentle movements and stretches to open up your joints, warm up your muscles, and increase your range of motion.

We will also explore dance-based exercises that begin in a seated position and gradually move to standing or chair-assisted standing. We will work to strengthen your balance and improve posture as we have fun moving to music. No dance experience is necessary. All skill levels are welcome!

About the Instructor:

Bryon Carr is certified through the American Fitness and Aerobics Association (AFAA) and has been teaching multi-level exercise classes to people age 60+ for more than 15 years. He also has an extensive background in modern dance and ballet, which informs his teaching style. By focusing on proper alignment, his classes help increase strength, flexibility, balance, and coordination while providing ample amounts of fun!

Thursdays, 6pm

Beginning October 7

Register today!

Writers Workshop 

In this class you will learn how to:

  • Develop vivid characters
  • Create effective dialogue
  • Bring your thoughts and emotions to life in the story
  • Show your story, rather than tell your story
  • Write openings that grab the reader’s attention
  • Create an active scene and setting for your story
  • Join a community of LGBTQ+ writers and understand how together we co-create and document our rich and moving life stories.

Tuesdays 6 to 8 pm

April 20 – May 11

Register today!

Community Roots Housing Pride Place Application Phone Line

Monday - Friday | 7 am - 10 pm

(206) 347-1500

Dedicated Pride Place Application Phone Line - CALL NOW

Live agents are ready to take your call.

Dedicated Pride Place Application Phone Line Opens - CALL NOW

Live agents are ready to take your call.

The call center for Pride Place applications opened June 15, at 9 am. 

GenPride and Community Roots Housing know there was some confusion and difficulties as calls began to come in. Community Roots Housing has provided a statement: Please click HERE to see what you need to know.

If you need assistance during the process or with eligibility information, GenPride is available at: (206) 393-3400 or email


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It’s completely optional and all information is used for city and county reporting metrics. Demographic information assists us in understanding the diversity and when creating programming to better serve community like you.

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